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VOCAL SCORE 



ERPIIHIE 



COMIC OPERA 



UBRETTO BY 



CLAXSON BELLAMY 



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HARRY PAULTON 



MUSIC BY 



E. JAKOBOWSKI 



White -Smith Music Publishing Company 

BOSTON NEW YORK CHICAGO 



Made in U.S.A. 



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VOCAL SCORE 



ERiniKIE 



COMIC OPERA 



UBRETTO BY 



CLAXSON BELLAMY 



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HARRY PAULTON 



MUSIC BY 



E. JAKOBOWSKI 



White -Smith Music Publishing Company 

BOSTON NEW YORK CHICAGO 



CONTENTS 



Act I 

Overture 3 

1. Opening Chorus Ensemble 13 

3. Vive le Marquis Chorus and Ensemble 26 

3. When Love is Young Brminie and Chorus 37 

4. Past and Future (Duet) Brmime and Eugene 44 

5. Entrance Soldiers and Chorus 50 

6. A Soldier's Life Marquis and Chorus 52 

7. Jail- Birds of a Feather ...... Cadeauxand Ravennes 57 

8. Dream Song— At Midnight on My Pillow Lying .Erminie 61 

9. Concerted Piece 67 

10. Finale Principals and Chorus 79 

Entr'acte 97 

Act II 

11. Opening Chorus Ensemble 99 

11? Woman's Dress Marie 104 

12. Darkest the Horn- Eugene 110 

13. Joy Attend on Erminie . Erminie and Chorus 113 

14. The Sighing Swain Erminie 116 

15. What the Dicky- Birds Say . . . Cadeaux and Whistling Chorus 119 

16. Join in Pleasure ( Vocal Gavotte ) Chorus 123 

17. Lullaby. • . . . Solo and Chorus 127 

18. Supper Chorus. 131 

19. Music for Change of Scene • 136 

20. Concerted Piece: Good Night 137 

21. Finale Principals and Chorus 142 



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FOUR AMERICAN INDIAN SONGS 

AN INDIAN SONG CYCLE 

BY CHARLES WAKEFIELD CADMAN 

LOW VOICE HIGH VOICE 



Far Off 1 Hear d Lover's Flute 



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CONTENTS 
* I. From the Land of the Sky Blue Water 
2. The White Dawn is Stealing 

3. Far off I Hear a Lover's Flute 
4. The Moon Drops Low 

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IDYLS OF THE SOUTH SEA 

SONG CYCLE 



By CHARLES WAKEFIELD CADMAN 

Opus 55 
Low Voice High Voice 

The Rainbow Waters Wliispei' 

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CONTENTS 
Where the Long White Waterfall (Love Song) 

The Great Wind Shakes the Breadfruit Leaf (Ghost Song) 
The Rainbovr Waters Whisper ( Canoe Song) 
Withered is the Green Palm ( Death Song) 



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AN ARABIAN SONG CYCLE BY 

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1. THE QUESTION 2. BEFORE HER MIRROR 

3. IN THE ROSE GARDEN 
4. AFTER THE MOSQUE 5. THE CRY OF AZRAEL 

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COLLECTIONS OF VOCAL MUSIC. 



(U.S. No. 117) 
(U.S. No. 118) 



Art Songs of Japan. High Voice- (Ross) 1 

Art Songs of Japan. Low Voice (Ross) t 

Birds of Flame. Song Cycle, Op. 65, High Voice (Cadman) 1 

Medium Voice (Cadman) 1 

Choice Irish Songs, Vol. 1. (U. S. No. 1 19) 

Vol. 2. (U.S. No. 120) 
Choice Songs for High Voice, Vol. 1. (U. S. No. 125) 

Vol.2. (U.S. No. 126) 

Choice Songs for Low Voice, VoL 1, 

Vol. 2 

Elizabethan Lyrics. 20 Songs (Brown) 1 

First Love. Song Cycle, High Voice only (Cenet) I 
Folio of Standard Songs. (U. S. No. 1 16) 

Four American Indian Songs. Indian Song Cycle, High Voice (Cadman) 1 

Low Voice (Cadman) 1 

Fourteen Songs for High Voice. Vol 1 (Redman) 1 

Vol. 2. (Redman) 1 

From Wigwam and Tepee. Indian Song Cycle, High Voice (Cadman) 1 

Low Voice (Cadman) | 

Grand Old Songs (U. S. No. 127) 

Heart of Farazda, The. Arabian Song Cycle, High Voice (McMillan) 1 

Low Voice (McMillan) ] 

Idyls of the South Sea. Song Cycle, High Voice (Cadman) 1 

Low Voice (Cadman) I 

Legends of Yosemite. Low or Medium Voice (Stewart) I 

Little Songs for Little Folks. (U. S. No. 105) (Coverley and Gardner) 
Months, The. Op. 1 7. A Song Pageant (Koemer) 1 

Nursery Rhymes and Children's Songs. (U.S. No. 184) 
Romantic Songs. High Voice (Musicraft No. 8) 

Low Voice (Musicraft, No. 9) 
Sacred Songs Worth Singing. (U. & No. 1 15) 
Sayonara. A Japanese Romance. Song Cycle, High Voice (Cadman) 1 

Low Voice (Cadman) ] 

Selected Sacred Songs. High Voice (U. S. No. 164) 

Low Voice (U. S. No. 183) 
Selected Bass and Baritone Songs. Vol. 1 (U. S. No. 185) 
Sicilian Spring, A. Legend (or Medium Voice (Hendriks) 1 

Songs for Home and Kindergarten (Knapp) I 

Songs of Scotland. (U.S. No. 123) 

Three Songs to Odysseus. Greek Song Cycle, High Voice (Cadman) 1 

Medium Voice (Cadman) 1 
Twenty-Eight Selected Songs by J. L Gilbert (U. S. No. 124) 
Wee Songs for Wee People. (Mulrey) 



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